shameful censoring of mono opposition

Mark Fink mpfink at
Tue Jun 9 23:57:49 UTC 2009

On Tue, Jun 9, 2009 at 1:50 PM, Christopher
Olah< at> wrote:
>> Ubuntu is a centralised entity. No external person can control e.g. why
>> we have a custom search in the home page of firefox by default. People
>> who can't tell the difference will keep using a "different" google, but
>> there is not even way to get some discussion around this (I tried in the
>> past).
>> So if us really feel that this is risky (like it's risky for all
>> centralised organisations, including e.g. google and it's services) then
>> the only alternative is to develop a decentralised linux distribution.
> The fact that censorship is an intrinsic risk to any centralized Linux
> distro doesn't make it any more appropriate. If censorship is
> occurring, it needs to stop.

yes it does and the people behind the censorship need to be exposed
for what they really are

Only by destroying MONO can Linux be saved.

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